Turn Around

Album: Contrast (2012)
Charted: 8
  • Turn around, open your eyes, look at me now
    Turn around, girl I've got you, we won't fall down
    We can see forever from up here
    So long as we're together have no fear, no fear

    So turn around, floating so high up off the ground
    Floating so high, turn around
    Together nothing can stop us now, listen baby
    Turn around, floating so high up off the ground
    Floating so high, turn around,
    Together nothing can stop us now, turn around, turn around

    Turn around, outta space, we can go there now
    Turn around, there's no limit, to what we've found
    Music up, I wanna feel it all, and baby we'll stay up
    Cause' there's no way for us to fall, to fall

    So turn around, floating so high up off the ground
    Floating so high, turn around
    Together nothing can stop us now, listen baby
    Turn around, floating so high up off the ground
    Floating so high, turn around,
    Together nothing can stop us now, turn around

    Baby we're so high now,
    Tell our worries and our pain goodbye now
    Our home is the sky now, and we're never coming down, down, down

    So turn around, floating so high up off the ground
    Floating so high, turn around
    Together nothing can stop us now, listen baby
    Turn around, floating so high up off the ground
    Floating so high, turn around,
    Together nothing can stop us now, turn around

    Turn around, turn around, nothing can stop us now Writer/s: MIKKEL ERIKSEN, TOR HERMANSEN, BENJAMIN LEVINE, SCHAFFER SMITH
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing, Songtrust Ave
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